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Climate, soil and plant functional types as drivers of global fine‐root trait variation
GT Freschet, OJ Valverde‐Barrantes, CM Tucker, JM Craine, ...
Journal of Ecology 105 (5), 1182–1196, 2017
Limiting factors in the detection of tree roots using ground-penetrating radar
Y Hirano, M Dannoura, K Aono, T Igarashi, M Ishii, K Yamase, N Makita, ...
Plant and Soil 319, 15-24, 2009
Fine root morphological traits determine variation in root respiration of Quercus serrata
N Makita, Y Hirano, M Dannoura, Y Kominami, T Mizoguchi, H Ishii, ...
Tree Physiology 29 (4), 579-585, 2009
Very fine roots respond to soil depth: biomass allocation, morphology, and physiology in a broad-leaved temperate forest
N Makita, Y Hirano, T Mizoguchi, Y Kominami, M Dannoura, H Ishii, ...
Ecological Research 26 (1), 95-104, 2011
Patterns of root respiration rates and morphological traits in 13 tree species in a tropical forest
N Makita, Y Kosugi, M Dannoura, S Takanashi, K Niiyama, AR Kassim, ...
Tree Physiology, 303-312, 2012
Detection frequency of Pinus thunbergii roots by ground-penetrating radar is related to root biomass
Y Hirano, R Yamamoto, M Dannoura, K Aono, T Igarashi, M Ishii, ...
Plant and Soil, 1-11, 2012
Effects of biochar on carbon and nitrogen fluxes in boreal forest soil
M Palviainen, F Berninger, VJ Bruckman, K Köster, CRM de Assumpçăo, ...
Plant and Soil 425, 71-85, 2018
A new method for placing and lifting root meshes for estimating fine root production in forest ecosystems
Y Hirano, K Noguchi, M Ohashi, T Hishi, N Makita, S Fujii, L Finér
Plant Root 3, 26-31, 2009
Seasonal and diurnal patterns of soil respiration in an evergreen coniferous forest: Evidence from six years of observation with automatic chambers
N Makita, Y Kosugi, A Sakabe, A Kanazawa, S Ohkubo, M Tani
PLoS ONE 13 (2), e0192622, 2018
Tree species effects on microbial respiration from decomposing leaf and fine root litter
N Makita, S Fujii
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 88, 39-47, 2015
Heterotrophic respiration causes seasonal hysteresis in soil respiration in a warm-temperate forest
Y Kominami, M Jomura, M Ataka, K Tamai, T Miyama, M Dannoura, ...
Journal of Forest Research, 1-9, 2012
Changes in very fine root respiration and morphology with time since last fire in a boreal forest
N Makita, J Pumpanen, K Köster, F Berninger
Plant and Soil 402 (1), 303-316, 2016
One year of continuous measurements of soil CH4 and CO2 fluxes in a Japanese cypress forest: Temporal and spatial variations associated with Asian monsoon …
A Sakabe, Y Kosugi, K Takahashi, M Itoh, A Kanazawa, N Makita, M Ataka
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 120 (4), 585-599, 2015
Ectomycorrhizal‐fungal colonization induces physio‐morphological changes in Quercus serrata leaves and roots
N Makita, Y Hirano, T Yamanaka, K Yoshimura, Y Kosugi
Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 175 (6), 900-906, 2012
Intraspecific variation in fine root respiration and morphology in response to in situ soil nitrogen fertility in a 100-year-old Chamaecyparis obtusa forest
N Makita, Y Hirano, T Sugimoto, T Tanikawa, H Ishii
Oecologia 179, 959-967, 2015
Biomass and morphology of fine roots in eight Cryptomeria japonica stands in soils with different acid-buffering capacities
Y Hirano, T Tanikawa, N Makita
Forest Ecology and Management 384, 122-131, 2017
Effects of excising and washing treatments on the root respiration rates of Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica) seedlings
N Makita, R Yaku, M Ohashi, K Fukuda, H Ikeno, Y Hirano
Journal of Forest Research 18, 379-383, 2013
Characterizing fine-root traits by species phylogeny and microbial symbiosis in 11 co-existing woody species
H Yahara, N Tanikawa, M Okamoto, N Makita
Oecologia 191, 983-993, 2019
Plant species control and soil faunal involvement in the processes of above‐and below‐ground litter decomposition
S Fujii, N Makita, AS Mori, H Takeda
Oikos 125, 883–892, 2016
A stronger coordination of litter decomposability between leaves and fine roots for woody species in a warmer region
S Fujii, N Makita, AS Mori, H Takeda
Trees -Structure and Function- 30, 395-404, 2016
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